Dentist who ran over cheating husband released from prison


"I feel sorry for her".

Clara Harris, the Lake Jackson dentist who killed her husband by running over him several times with her auto, was released from prison Friday.

Harris served 15 of her 20 year sentence before she was granted parole. The act was caught on camera by private investigators hired by Harris.

The escalating fight moved into the parking lot, where it ended after Clara Harris hopped into her Mercedes-Benz, in which her step-daughter was sitting at the time, and drove the vehicle over her husband, KTRK-TV noted.

Cara Harris' former defense attorney George Parnham said he wished she had been released sooner.

The case drew worldwide attention- and even Oprah herself interviewed Harris behind bars!

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Cara Harris will have to stay employed, wear an electronic monitoring device on her ankle and undergo regular drug and alcohol testing.

Now Clara, a native of Colombia, will get to see her boys on the outside all grown up.

The investigator was videotaping at the hotel when Harris confronted her husband and his mistress, running her husband over with her auto. Now after more than a decade behind bars, Harris has been granted parole. Then Harris stopped her auto and cradled her dead husband in her arms, saying "David, I'm so sorry".

As the prison gate opened in Gatesville, a smiling Clara Harris walked out a free woman.

She confronted her husband and his lover in the lobby of a Hilton hotel in the Houston area.

She had a long drive back to Galveston County to think about that.